On the third Saturday of each month we work on our section of the BeltLine. Volunteers will beautify and protect our section, which may include: planting, removal of trash and debris, cleaning signs and fixtures, spreading mulch, and taking note of any damage or vandalism. We may also be doing special projects and/or removing invasive plants. This project is perfect for any age including families and groupsMore Details on the BeltLine:Pebble Tossers has partnered with the Atlanta BeltLine and Park Pride to adopt a section of the BeltLine. The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project that includes 33 miles of multi-use trail, and 2,000 acres of parks. It is one of the largest, most wide-ranging urban development programs in the United States. Park Pride is a nonprofit organization working with communities all over Atlanta to improve their parks.
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Our Cause Area for February is Fragile Kids, so we will be bringing some Valentine's Day cheer to the Sibley Heart Center patients.We will assemble Valentine kits to give to the patients so they can make Valentine's for their family, nurses & doctors. We will also assemble Door Sign Kits. We will join the kids from Create Your Dreams for this annual project to assemble the kits & learn about their enrichment programs. Create Your Dreams (CYD) is a long-term, youth development program dedicated to nurturing the talents and dreams of students living in underserved areas on the Westside of Atlanta. They provide the resources, opportunities, and relationships children living below the poverty line require to reach their potential and break the cycle of generational poverty. Please bring 5 packs of Valentines and stickers. We will provide all other supplies and snacks.This is an Open Project so if you haven't joined Pebblet Tossers yet and you want to see what Pebble Tossers is all about click here to register for the project.
Pebble Tossers is hosting a MLK Day of Service Project with Dresden Elementary School. The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Jan. 20, 2020, marks the 25th anniversary of the day of service that celebrates the Civil Rights leader''s life and legacy. Observed each year on the third Monday in January as "a day on, not a day off," MLK Day is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. This is an Open Project so if you haven't joined Pebble Tossers yet and want to see what we are all about click here to register. Volunteers will be working on some light groundskeeping around the outside of the school, organizing a storage closet, painting the cafeteria wall and hallways and assembling after-school snack bags for students.
Join us as we host a Valentine's Day Party with the residents of InCommunity. Facility. This will be a festive project, we will be doing Valentine's themed activities and having snacks with the residents at InCommunity. Because we will be working with the residents who have disabilities volunteers must be 13 and older and with an adult if under 16. enAble of Georgia and Georgia Community Support and Solutions (GCSS) began working together in partnership in 2014, joining two extraordinary groups with the same mission to provide quality support to people with developmental disabilities. The new name, InCommunity, describes their mission as partners, dedicated to enriching and sustaining the lives of individuals who have disabilities, their families and their communities.